Today, we are going to talk about when to use debt versus equity when you’re raising private money to fund your real estate deal.
Author Matt Faircloth
I’m down in NC giving a tour of the 198-unit building we just purchased. Here are 3 simple renovations we’re implementing to increase this property’s value.
In my years of investing, I have found one particular source of capital to be the ultimate for both you and your money partner when doing a private loan.
A good lawyer can be invaluable to investors. Use these tips to find a good one and make sure you keep their fees in check.
There are a bunch of ways to add value to your multifamily deal, but investments like this can be costly. What about value-adds on the more affordable side?
To make passive income, you have to do something for that to happen. No, it doesn’t have to be you, but someone needs to do the money-making activities.
Today, I am going to take a stab at one of the questions that goes around a lot. Should you get a new LLC every time you buy a property?
Vacancies cost you money in lost rents and turnover expenses. The best way to ensure profitability is to keep your tenants in your units long-term.
A 1031 is a vehicle through which you can sell rental real estate and roll all the gains into a new purchase. Sound good? Let’s go into detail.
The BRRRR method is very effective to grow your portfolio. This works for single family and small multifamilies—and it works on larger properties as well.
In this video blog, I talk about ways you can smartly renovate your rental, with the goal of keeping property management easy and affordable.
In this case study, I tell the story of how we found the deal, how much we raised, and how we were able to achieve this goal.
If you are in this business for any length of time, you’ll likely need to hire an architect, structural engineer, or some design professional.